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Embarq Reports Strong Fourth-Quarter Financial Results
11/02/2007
Overland Park, Kansas-based telephone provider, Embarq Corp., reported a 25% increase in fourth-quarter profits on Thursday, due to an increase in high-speed internet subscriptions and lower-than-anticipated losses in the fixed-line telephone market.The company earned a total of $194 million, or $1.28 per share for the quarter, compared to $155 million in the final quarter of 2005, at which time...
 
Virgin Media Brings Quad-Play Service Bundles to the UK Market
10/02/2007
British entertainment and communications giant, Virgin Media, announced this week that it will begin offering quadruple-play service bundles to customers throughout the UK.The Virgin group is the first British communications operator to release a quad-play package of home and mobile phone service, broadband internet, and cable TV. The company says it will extend the reach of its television...
 
Cable & Wireless to Enter Indian Telephone Market
27/01/2007
UK-based communications operator, Cable & Wireless, is getting ready to enter the Indian long distance telephone market, according to a recent report in the Economic Times.C&W will hold a 74% stake in its new subsidy, Cable & Wireless Networks India, which was incorporated earlier this month. The other 26% will be owned by and Indian joint venture partner, so as to conform with the...
 
Embarq Begins to Stem Fixed-Line Telephone Losses
22/01/2007
As America’s fixed-line telephone market continues to deflate, the Chief Executive of Embarq is making some bold predictions that his company will be able to stem the ongoing tide of subscriber losses.Embarq president and CEO, Dan Hesse, acknowledges that competition from cable and wireless providers is a very real threat to traditional telephone companies, but says that it can be combated...
 
President Bush Approves Federal Law Against Telephone Pretexting
18/01/2007
U.S. president George W. Bush has signed the long-anticipated Telephone Records and Privacy Protection Act of 2006, which makes it a criminal act to fraudulently obtain confidential telephone records.The measure allows for up to 10 years in prison for anyone who engages in pretexting — that is impersonating a customer or employee in an attempt to obtain confidential call records from a...
 
Verizon to Divest Local Telephone Operations in Three Northeastern States
17/01/2007
Verizon Communications Inc. announced yesterday that it plans to spin off its fixed-line telephone business in three northeastern U.S. states, in the form of a $2.7 billion merger with FairPoint Communications, a small rural carrier.Verizon’s local landline operations in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont will be merged into those of FairPoint, with Verizon retaining a 60% share of the new...
 
FCC to Fight Unauthorized “Pretexting” with New Privacy Rules
11/01/2007
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is expected to implement a new set of nationwide rules in the coming weeks, which will better protect personal phone records from unauthorized data mining or pretexting.FCC Chairman, Kevin Martin, is reportedly supporting a proposal that will force telephone carriers to tighten up the procedure used to access call records. Customers would need to provide...
 
iBasis Carried Record Volume of Holiday VoIP Traffic
09/01/2007
Burlington, Massachusetts-based VoIP telephone provider, iBasis Inc., says that it carried a record volume of calls during the 2006/2007 holiday season.The company terminated 53.6 million minutes of VoIP traffic on Christmas day alone, 30% higher than on December 25, 2005, and 52.9 million Minutes on New Year’s Day, up 38% from last year.While they were certainly record traffic days for...
 
Gartner Predicts Big Telecom Growth in Emerging Markets
04/01/2007
Customers in emerging markets now account for more than 50% of the world`s telecom subscriptions, according to a recent study by Gartner, which predicts that 69% of all mobile and fixed-line telephone users will be located in developing markets by the end of 2010.Although low disposable income and the lack of effective competition have worked against emerging market telecom growth in the past few...
 
Chinese Telecom Market Grew 11% in 2006
02/01/2007
The number of Chinese telecommunications customers increased by 11% in 2006, with a total of 830 million fixed-line and mobile phone subscribers in the country as of December.This number is expected to further increase in the months to come, topping 900 million by the end of 2007, according to government projections. China’s wireless market is expected to grow especially quickly, as rural...
 
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